Lustre meaning

lŭstər
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Lustre is a British spelling for luster which is defined as a shine, brightness or special quality.

An example of lustre is the glow of sterling silver.

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The brass had a characteristic lustre that practically glowed when it was freshly cleaned.

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By extension, interest, attractiveness, or splendour.

After so many years in the same field, the job had lost its lustre.

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He spoke with all the lustre a seasoned enthusiast should have.

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(rare, poetic) To make lustrous.
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A period of five years; a lustrum.
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Origin of lustre